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working knocking on thousands of doris and in reminding virginians were to vote. >> we know america has always done best when everybody gets a fair shot. >> the president is doing all he can do before it is in someone else's hands. if there is one campaign acronym you'll learn quickly on the campaign trail,, it is gov get out the vote. scott thuman, abc 7 news. >> the romney campaign was also very busy today, and they even made some last minute changes for tomorrow. beth cooper is in new hampshire tonight and she has been following mitt romney every step of the way. >> mitt romney will be landing here at the manchester airport in just a few hours for a major rally in the state that helped launch his campaign. this is just one of multiple stops in the final 48 hours of the presidential campaign. the candidate started this morning in florida. it is still just as close in this campaign. he was on to virginia for two stops, first and lynchburg and then on to fairfax. it had planned to come straight here to new hampshire for a rally, but then the campaign decided it was still too close to ca
. optimistic about what is ahead for america. >> paul rice andyan went down to richmond today aboard -- ryan went down to richmond today. this campaign knows they need to get to 270 electoral votes by winning as much close states as possible, including virginia. they have also refocused their fire on pennsylvania, making. spurred the final stop of this campaign day. an exhausting -- making pittsburgh the final stop of this campaign it day. kid rock warming up the crowd. mitt romney losing his voice but not his sense of urgency. encouraging this crowd of thousands to help get out the vote. supporters said they did not listen to prognosticators. >> it is going to be a blow out. >> last time, they called the election for john kerry at about 8:30. 2.5 hours later, things had changed. go out and vote the way you want. >> campaign aides to mitt romney say the candidate was visibly moved when he arrived in pittsburgh this afternoon and saw the crowds of supporters. they think they have the possibility in pennsylvania today. they will be keeping a close eye on three counties in virginia. prince will
to this good news. >> and the effects president obama: there's just no quit in america... and you're seeing that right now. over five million new jobs. exports up forty one p percent. home values... rising. our auto industry... back. and our heroes are coming home. we're not there yet, but we've made real progress and the... last thing we should do is turn back now. here's my plan for the next four years: making education and training a national priority; building on our manufacturing boom; boosting american-made energy; reducing the deficits responsibly by cutting where... we can, and asking the wealthy to pay a little more. and ending the war in afghanistan, so we can... do some nation-building here at home. that's the right path. so read my plan, compare it to goorrnor romney's... and decide which is better for you. it's an honor to be your president... and i'm asking for your vote... so together, we can keep moving america forward. i'm barack obama and i approve this message. >> thousands of people stood in line for the last chance to vote early in maryla
powerful military leaders in america. -- they were at a one time two of the most powerful military leaders in america. >> i do not understand what the big brouhaha is about it. why does it matter? >> many americans do not understand how one of their can have such serious consequences for the former cia director and the man who succeeded petraeus as head of the military campaign in afghanistan. petraeus can still face military justice. >> the expect military members to hold such values. >> lisa winters explains why sexual misconduct is so serious. >> not only that you had sex with somebody that was not your spouse that did this had an effect on morale and discipline. >> general allan only faces allegations of sending inappropriate e-mails, a woman who calls herself a family friend of david petraeus. allen denies he was involved in any sexual liaison. >> it is a sad day for our country. >> experts and military justice said cases of adultery rarely end up in military court. if they are pursued and it is the affair happens within a combat unit there are serious ramifications. >> lots more to l
patz nand put his body in a bag of trash. >> the latest from the made in america series. >>nice to see you as always. the president has this big press conference. i know you were watching and he touched on a lot of different things today. >> he does and will try to bring everybody in d.c. the big picture. also the most potent message the voters were sending in the poll books. >> it sounds like tonight is a must see. >> this is something new. is it possible that a corporate giant could take your idea and have it made in china? and then salih in their store? our "made in america" captain has more. it can watch the stories and more tonight after abc 7 news at 6:00 p.m. >> we went to mcclellan high- school, this was the second stop. a chance to talk to students about avoiding distractions behind the wheel. specifically, no texting. our volunteer did a good job and the students learned a lot. if you would like us to have our program to your school, make sure you get touch with us on our website. quex fchris anderson joins us with details on the traffic situation. >> for the most part, the
to celebrate. >> please raise your right hand. >> at the state department, america's youngest new citizens adopted from abroad took the oath of allegiance during a ceremony hosted by secretary of state hillary clinton and secretary of homeland security janet napolitano. >> so help me god. >> so help me god. >> congratulations. [applause] >> one by one -- each child received his or her certificate of citizenship. >> having those important people coming to welcome our daughter into the country is very exciting. >> marco was adopted from ethiopia. >> adoption was initially not in their planned especially after five biological children. a few years ago margot's mother discovered a lost cousin. they had adopted from ethiopia. >> you heard the story and it struck as almost instantly that there's a sixth child waiting to join her family to be reunited. >> 3they have reunited margo with her in the of the bee -- ethiopian siblings. >> in all, 20 children were represented. -- were honored. representing seven countries around the world. >> that is the picture of this country that we want the rest o
in the private sector. >> corporate america suffers when the government is off. on a day like today, we were all working. it's only the government to house the day off. >> a lot of people we spoke to today said despite getting in to work very late this morning they were concerned about what the evening rush hour was going to be like. in order to avoid the headache this morning, leaving early today. susanna kennedy, abc 7 news. >> more fallout tonight involving the scandal around david petraeus and his biographer. congressional leaders are furious, not because of his resignation but because they were not notified until loans before the story broke. an fbi investigation of alleged and female harassment led into a probe that eventually uncovered the extramarital affair that began this shortly after his book and ended four months ago. learning more about the woman at the center of this scandal rebecca cooper went out looking for answers to the about paula broadwell. >> she was supposed to be in washington this weekend for a 40th birthday party for her brother. she may be subpoenaed to come to d.c. t
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